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As for the specs, so first thing the screen card if you noticed came out in 2016 and cost about 1000 shekels when I bought it. I'm still using it and it's beyond what I need for Leitrum and Photoshop edits.

Aside from the main ssd I recently bought (500GB of 970 evo I bought for $ 59 on Amazon) I used 3 SSD Old ones I had from computers Mobile Old and from the previous computer. Including the 850 evo that came out in 2014.

In theory I could have both stayed with the case I had before and also had a power supply, but in the evening I moved to a relative.

Peripherals plus minus the same.

Because of this there may be something that can be used even if the computer from 5 years ago and try to make better use of the budget for professional uses.

Write what video card you currently have and what the memories are and if there are hard disks or SSD Old that can be used for data storage and the like.

if there is Power Supply Or a chassis that can be used and you have how to assemble or pay a bit for assembly, so will also save.

If you still want everything new complete then say and I will make sure to build you a specification as a suggestion in the budget you have set, but probably there will also be out of date parts such as the video card and the like. Want to benefit you here. @photo

Hi Suri on the Delay in response I was busy with work, tomorrow I will check what the specifications of the computer and I will register for you. (Currently writing from the phone) 

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What in the end?

what was decided ?

Aya the photographer?

Not closed yet I did not have time to answer you, tomorrow I will go up the specifications of what I have today and see what is still usable

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I need someone else to make sure if a bigger fan can be put on the CPU and everything in terms of the place of the memories on the motherboard. I'm currently talking about a built-in card / screen of In the above budget. Link to specifications in ksp. In case it is blocked then put the ksp site and add t / 9Bz0Qs /

https://ksp.co.il/t/9Bz0Qs
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In theory for those who do not bother too much then one can take something cheaper than a simpler series. As long as it's somewhere in the budget then in my visibility I have always preferred to invest in motherboards.

Feel free to offer another motherboard if the goal is to save him some more money. @A-10

Anyway in terms of updates and everything and the level of components and stability, I think if the difference is not big then maybe worth investing.

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Here's my draft proposal - 

 

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As mentioned, a sufficient power supply ++ and a motherboard as above.

Anyway there is no OC here etc.

And that's more from KSP.

You can go and check in other stores as well.

In any case, I highly recommend getting a video card, at least 1660 and preferably a writer,

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Suggests you include a graphics card . For the reason that it supports 30 bit Color as well Through the use of OpenGL buffers (Unlike graphics cards, which do not support 30 bit Color at all - or do support but only through the use of ActiveX buffers and even then only in Full Screen mode). Support for 30-bit Color is required to support Wide Gamut monitors designed to display the full color space of AdobeRGB, which represents the color set that can be expressed in CMYK printing of an image on paper.

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I am considering selling my Dell Precision computer with a 7K i7700 processor with 32GB of memory And with a graphics card 2000. If you are interested, leave contact information.

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Suggests you include a graphics card NVIDIA Quadro. For the reason that it supports 30 bit Color as well Through the use of OpenGL buffers (Unlike graphics cards, which do not support 30 bit Color at all - or do support but only through the use of ActiveX buffers and even then only in Full Screen mode). Support for 30-bit Color is required to support Wide Gamut monitors designed to display the full color space of AdobeRGB, which represents the color set that can be expressed in CMYK printing of an image on paper.

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I am considering selling my Dell Precision computer with a 7K i7700 processor with 32GB of memory DDR4 And with a graphics card Quadro 2000. If you are interested, leave contact information.

 

Today each card C, will be deployed and supports "30 bit".

Do you want to sell? Your right.

Just what does that have to do with what you wrote?

Who in the country works with 30 bits?

Unnecessary and pretentious ....

Regardless, it is irrelevant in this case.

A true 10-bit screen costs more than all this specification ....

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I was debating whether to respond. Anyway there is really no real reason to use 10 bit screens for photography and editing. The small difference of more smooth gradients is irrelevant to photography in most cases and will not be visible to the eye in 99 percent of cases. In animation for example or other things then there is use of it and it is also not mandatory, but not in photography. Each 8-bit screen will suffice and I would even say that on a low budget it is also possible to have 6 + 2 bits.

 

As for wide gamut screens then most photographers have no reason to use beyond srgb which is a standard that suits all viewers and the standard on the internet. The only reason that will contribute a bit is perhaps if they print themselves in a printing house that can also be used in rendering that allows for a little more play with more phosphorescent colors and also if their edits are more phosphorescent. However, it is usually possible to use excellent only srgb screens in print and regardless of whether it displays the images for printing through a third-party company or an online store that takes care of printing - then they will only require srgb and not even cmyk.

 

As for the computer you mentioned then the suggestions we made before have specifications that are much more up to date and much more powerful and suitable for modern uses.

A few generations ahead.

But may you successfully sell.

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Thanks a lot for the help and specifications, if I understand correctly in the second specification the difference is in the motherboard simpler? Maybe it's just me but I did not see in the specifications the video card or it is built as @Nir Roitman Wrote ? Is 32 GB Enough? Not worth it anymore? Will I even feel a difference between 32 and 64?

About @APTLV What you wrote thanks for the information but I have known the market for years and no one works with such depth of color surely there is no such requirement from the average customer.

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